BizTechReports Features Insights and Analysis from Technicolor Connected Home
As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, new consumer behavioral patterns are introducing a new set of requirements that network service providers will have to address to achieve their strategic objectives over the course of 2022. Member companies in Technicolor Connected Home's HERO Partnership Program offer forecasts of 2022 trends that will present opportunities for innovation in the industry. To read more, please visit:
Technicolor Connected Home's Eric Rutter points to supply chain constraints, critical component shortages and logistical disruptions that network service providers are wrestling with to meet consumer expectations. According to Rutter, providers across the Americas region are gearing up to address growing demands for speed and bandwidth over low latency networks. To read more, please visit:
Technicolor Connected Home's Mercedes Pastor discusses how network service providers in the Eurasia region are dealing with customer demands for enhanced connectivity and new entertainment applications. Pastor notes that the emergence and acceptance of Wi-Fi 6 and a focus on consumer experience were the significant revelations for providers in 2021. To read more, please visit:
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